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Alpinestars Hellcat Tech Denim Riding Jeans

The Hellcat Tech Denim Jeans are premium, straight cut jeans, fully featured for daily riding, with DuPont™ Kevlar® reinforcements for excellent  repeated abrasion resistance and CE‐certified knee protectors. A pre‐contoured leg construction and a denim accordion stretch yoke combine to make the Hellcat Tech Denim a supremely comfortable addition to any riding wardrobe.


  • Regular/straight cut 12oz denim for a fashionable and long‐lasting fit
  • Interior Kevlar® reinforcement in seat, hip and knee areas offer excellent abrasion and tear resistance in impact critical areas
  • Internal knee compartment allows adjustment of its CE‐certified knee protection to fit various leg lengths
  • Removable 5mm hip pad protectors with Velcro® attachments for secure, safe fit
  • Technical, pre‐shaped leg construction for anatomically optimized riding fit
  • Denim accordion stretch insert on seat area for improved riding comfort
  • Strong twin stitched main seam construction for added durability and reinforced heel guard on rear lower hems
  • Zippered hem for range of fit with riding boots, plus Velcro® closures to protect zip and prevent bike scratches
  • Stretch insert on front pockets affords ease of entry
  • Customized detailing on metal YKK zip, buttons and rivets
  • Contemporary print design on inner waist and pockets
  • Leather belt patch and coin pocket

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Men's Pants Sizing

Euro USA Alpha US Pant Size Waist (cm) Hip (cm) Thigh (cm) Inseam (cm) Height (cm)
42 32 2XS 26 68-72 83-87 50-51 73-74 159-163
44 34 2XS-XS 28 72-76 87-91 52-53 75-76 164-167
46 36 XS-SM 30 76-80 91-95 54-55 77-78 168-171
48 38 SM-MD 32 80-84 95-99 56-57 79-80 172-175
50 40 MD 34 84-88 99-103 58-59 81-82 176-179
52 42 LG 36 88-92 103-107 60-61 83-84 180-183
54 44 XL 38 92-96 107-111 62-63 85-86 184-187
56 46 XL-2XL 40 96-100 111-115 64-65 87-88 188-191
58 48 2XL 42 100-104 115-119 66-67 89-90 192-195
60 50 3XL 44 104-108 119-123 68-69 89-90 192-195
62 52 3XL-4XL 46 108-112 123-127 70-71 91-92 196-199
64 54 4XL 48 112-116 127-131 72-73 91-92 196-199

Note: Alpinestars sizes displayed on our website are in Euro sizing, use the chart above to convert your standard US size to Euro. 

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Alpinestars Hellcat Riding Jeans 3.7 5 18 18
Fitment is way off - Returning after first ride. Knee pad placement is too high as well the length of the jean is too short. When in riding position the knee's raise to expose the lower half of my knee and all of my shin. Also, cuffs raise to expose an inch or so above my boot. Pretty pathetic considering the brand... :/ November 17, 2015
Poor fitment, not very comfortable, don't waste your money. I usually wear jeans sized 33x32, or 34x32 if they are tight fitting. A friend had these in 32 and they were too tight. I ended up getting the 34's. They must be sized for NBA players because they were ridiculously long, and cannot be hemmed thanks to the zippered cuff. the waist also fit more like a 36 and I had to crank the belt down, which bunched them. I tried to shrink them in the wash but that didn't help. The crotch is too high and pinches the goods when riding, also the "regular" cut is more like a loose/baggy fit. I felt like a Ruff Ryder when I wore them. The hip inserts sit awkward and they don't give you much Velcro to get them properly seated, ended up not using them, which was a selling point for me. They are also extremely heavy, and can be a workout just walking in them. I thought they would be a lot better especially coming from Alpinestars. I regret this purchase and wish I held out for the newer gear coming out. Such as the Riff jeans which to me is exactly what I wanted a riding pant in jean form so I don't look like a power ranger if I get off the bike and go in anywhere. Don't waste your money, and wait for the new stuff, there are better options coming out in this price range. September 10, 2015
Sorry guys, sending back The fabric, right on. The protection, AWESOME! The fit...I would have to remove my junk to make them comfortable. I liked the idea of the flex panel in the back, but they are cut so low that my crack was on display. I am 200 pounds 6" tall and they did nit work for me. For the price I want excellence. Who did they cut these for? I choose the 38" waist and the length was perfect! I just wish they would have worked for me, but I don't want to sing soprano! Back to my chaps I guess. Thank you Revzilla for your great return policy. It is why I keep coming back. Mind you, I have never returned anything! Antony spell it out great in the videos. Any suggestion for an alternative? April 29, 2015
Knee Armor Placement Is Off I'm 6", but I have small waist. As in the video, I bought my waist size which was 30. I'm a new rider, when I had the pants on it felt like they fit. But then later I realized the knee armor was way to high while riding and sitting in chairs later on. At first I didn't realize it, also there isn't any explanation of where the knee armor is suppose to sit exactly. The knee armor I received was different than what was shown in the video. I don't know if I got an older model or something. The video says the knee armor is moveable up and down. It barely moves at all, like a few centimeters, doesn't even make a big difference. If you have a slim body type, I wouldn't recommend these jeans at all, you'll have to get a shorter waist size but then the knee armor will be way to high. Hemming the bottom of the jeans doesn't move the knee armor up and down. I brought it to a tailor and they said it'd be complicated to get it resized properly. If you only focus on the waist size like the video says, you'll miss the knee armor being in the right size. If the video shows the knee armor and how little it moves up and down, you'd see it doesn't really make a difference. If the size was great I'd be happy with it. But I already took off the tags only realizing once I was riding that they kept riding up and the knee protectors didn't work at all. I'm considering just using my motocross knee guards with these pants and removing the CE rated knee pads, but they're too skinny to really fit them underneath well, and over it isn't much protector either. April 20, 2015
Also for the winter thick enough for the winter, a bit warm for the summer January 19, 2015
Mostly good Quite surprised at how good these look even with knee pads in. Knee pads need to get formed to your knee for a while. Before that they look hectic. I tried them on with the hip pads inserted and the fit was great, but then I put my shorts on and went to remove the hip pads and one of the velcro strips ripped off completely with very little force. It didn't matter much to me since my shorts have better CE rated hip pads but I was a little disappointed that they just came apart so easily. I inspected the seems on the other velcro strip and the rest of the jeans and they all seem top notch. I will most likely remove the other velcro strip now instead of re attaching the one that came off and use my riding shorts underneath. December 29, 2014
Size limitations... I ended up returning these pants. The denim is a little thin. The styling and fit is awesome. But the deal killer is the length is too long for me and there is no easy way to hem them. Also they are hand wash only and no tumble dry. I wish they had more options in the length. October 14, 2014
Great jeans Great looking jeans that are protective and have a comfortable feel. I could wear these jeans all day if the knee pads are removed. Awesome, but expensive. September 10, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joshua H: More protection with a good fit and style. Nov 8, 2015
Margaret G: because I wanted too!! Is that ok with you??" Apr 29, 2015
Kirk E: I bought these for warmer weather when I wanted protection but did not want to put on my armored Motoport overpants. Mar 14, 2015
Gerardo Iván M: Looks like the best riding pant option Mar 12, 2015
Tony H: Needed casual but protective motorcycle pants. Love it, 4 out of 5. Nov 12, 2014
Joshua M: i wanted adequate protection for commuting. leathers would obviously be better just not as pratical Nov 11, 2014
Devin N: jeans look good; these offer better protection. Oct 27, 2014
Matthew M: Dark wash, great protection, good feedback Sep 11, 2014
Sean C: Kevlar, hip and knee protection, fit, overall Alpinestars quality Jul 19, 2014
Gentil N: I like riding in jeans, the protection offered by means of the kevlar was a huge plus. The knee pads are pretty much worthless as the pant loose and they move around. I wear Dr. Bohn under my pants for protection. Jun 6, 2014
Alan B: It got 4 stars and I love the quality of alpinestars May 18, 2014
Charvetz S: Looking for protection and comfort. My current pair provide protection, but fall short in the comfort department. May 5, 2014
Richard M: I did a lot of research before I purchased these pants. I am looking for all the protection I can get. These pants seam to provide all you can purchase in protection while still having the appearance of a decent looking pair of jeans. They don't look like work pants or some European skinny jeans. Only time will tell if they are truly worth the price. Feb 26, 2014
david r: because riding without pants isn't an option Feb 24, 2014
Mark Y: wanted a pair of riding jeans to wear when riding around town and not look like a snowboarder with my textile pants. also wanted a pair of riding jeans that looked stylish and had knee protection. I normally wear Seven for all mankind or True Religion jeans Oct 5, 2013
Erick F: I wanted some casual looking gear with protection. So far I really like these pants. They fit a little long but the boots help with the length. Great pants, would recommend. Sep 20, 2013
Thang D asked: At 5' 11'', 178 lbs, and 33'' waist in regular jeans, which size is recommended? Feb 13, 2014
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Erick F: I'm 5'9, 195lbs and bought the size 34. I usually wear size 34 in all types of pants and they fit a little loose. A belt helps a lot. The legs are a little too long for me but I wear the smx plus boots and it helps me not drag them so much. I'd recommend a size 32, not sure if leg size changes. Feb 13, 2014
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Thang D: Erick,

Thanks for the feedback. I'm more like a 32.5 to 32.75. 32'' pants used to fit well until life got more interesting these last few years. Nowadays, all 33'' pants and jeans that I come across fit, but require a belt.

Regarding the inseams, I'm not concerned with its longer length since I typically purchase pants with 34'' inseams and have a seamstress hem them (I'm probably at 32.5'' to 32.75'' inseams; when will they ever carry odd-sized inseams??). From my new-found understanding of riding pants, longer is better since they don't ride up like high waters when riding sport-like bikes. Supposedly, the extra fabric helps during low-side crashes, but I may be mistaking. Feb 13, 2014
Thang D: By the way, I'm concerned about 34'' pants since they may be far too big. Furthermore, I fear that I will need to either gain more weight or work extremely hard to slim down my waist to fit even-sized pants....

Slimming down is more appealing, but I managed to go from a clean 33'' down to 32.25''-32.5'' in 9 months of extreme exercise-mixes from 5 hours per week of running and off-road bike-riding to well past 13 hours of swimming, workouts, and running. Perhaps, I'll need to prioritize and mix up my abdominal workouts better.

I've slacked off since, but may get back into the groove with the "scooter" and more exercise. Feb 13, 2014
Holt M: Thang,
I did purchase the jeans and ended up returning them because they did not fit properly. I had an issue with the rise of the pants and felt that it was too short. I am still looking for a good pair of Kevlar jeans.
Feb 13, 2014
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Thang D: Holt,

My Dainese D6 Kevlar jeans just arrived. Sized at 33'' along the waist, they fit nicely; unwashed, I have merely 1 hour in them.

The fit and feel seem fine so far. I can probably fold the length half an inch higher than stock for a more greaser or rockabilly look and have less slack down there. They're definitely tighter around the legs than I would like, but far from that hipster (hot-girl-tight) look. This should keep them from riding up too far during a low-side crash.

Regarding these even-sized jeans, I will have to stay away from them since they will look very funny with 1 full inch of slack on the waist. I presume the waist will have more slack as the day goes on to break them in. Like my existing 33'' jeans, they fit well out of the launder, but requires a belt as the days goes on.

The rise on the waistline is definitely not like low-rise nor normal jeans from this day and age. They sit higher up the waist -- unless I wear a size 34'' and wear them gansta-style. Feb 14, 2014
Adam T: I wear a 36" in Levi's, and I bought these pants in 36; they fit very similarly. Feb 13, 2014
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Jaime D: This jeans waist size is spot on I will order waist 34 and length 34 USA Feb 14, 2014
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Thang D: Thanks to everybody's responses and the precise fitting of my new 33'' Dainese jeans, I may well pick up the Alpinestars with 34'' waist.

Due to the thickness of the motorcycle/kevlar-reinforced jeans and presumably the less-likelihood of its stretch, the inch of slack may not be an issue like the thinner-jean cousins. Feb 18, 2014
karim a: I am 5'11" , 205 lbs waist 34 i bought a hellcat 34 it was perfect Feb 13, 2014
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Thang D: Eeek.... I meant 168 lbs.... :-/ Feb 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do you put the knee and hip armor in? Do you have to take off the pants and do it from the inside? Or can you do it while wearing them already from the outside? Apr 3, 2015
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Chris B: There are pockets for the armour to fit in the knee area, and the hip armour attachs with velcro.
Therefore you have to have the armour in place before you put on the jeans. I've not tried the hip armour yet but the knee armour is very flexible and not noticeable when riding or walking.Having said that the armour seems very flexible and not very thick, but it is certified to protect! The jeans are very comfortable and I ordered a size 32 waist and they are a perfect fit, nice and long so they don't ride up on the bike. They also have kevlar panel for your rear end and knee areas. They have a good stretch panel at the top rear waist and they are not very low riding, fit like 501's - fairly high waist.
Apr 11, 2015
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Mark Y: From the beginning snide but it's easy and it already cones with it no worries I love mine ?? Apr 4, 2015
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Neil A: knee and hip pads go on from the inside.... garment must be off. Apr 3, 2015
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Wendel D: you do have to take off the pants and do it from the inside. Apr 4, 2015
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Jaime D: It's is a light CE-1 armor that you access from inside Apr 3, 2015
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A S asked: How do you put the armor in? Do you have to take off the pants to do it? Or can do you it while already wearing them? Apr 3, 2015
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Daniel J: The knee armor is in a pocket inside the jeans so, yes, you would have to remove the pants to take the armor out or in. The hip armor uses velcro at the waist and it's probably possible to slip that in or out while wearing the pants. Apr 3, 2015
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Brian V: The pockets for the armor are on the inside of the pants, you'll have to take the pants off or certainly half way down to access the pads. Apr 14, 2015
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Antonio Lucas Z: You have to take the pants off to do it. They armor goes on a pocket in the knee area. Apr 5, 2015
Craig F asked: Is it possible to hem these pants and still maintain the zipper and velcro closure at the bottom? Oct 7, 2014
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Jason N: Yes, the seamstress pretty much cut off the bottom portion of the pant and moved it up. The Kevlar doesn't reach down that far so you don't lose any protection, but you do keep the zipper / velcro. It was a few dollars more, but you can't really notice it. I have really short legs (normal jeans in 32/30) and it was about as much as she could remove before getting to the kevlar / knee protector pouches. Oct 7, 2014
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Craig F: Hi Jason, thanks for the answer. I also have the 32/30 sizing. So she cut above the zipper and reconnected? I just want to shorten by about an inch. I like them a little long for riding, just not as long as these are. Oct 8, 2014
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karim a: sorry I have no clue about that Oct 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: So I am looking toy but these pants but im worreid about the sizing. My US jean size is 36 but when i use the size chart for all the other measurements it says athe thigh size shoud be around 60cm. when I measure my thigh its 72cm (as i used to play college football). Why this is copcerniong becasue when i buy my jeans from any store the waist being 36 fits loose but the thighs are alays tight. so what should i do for sizing? Apr 21, 2014
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Richard M: These jeans are a pretty full cut in the upper thigh. Unless your legs are just massive I think they should fit you fine. I wear a 36" in Lucky Brand Jeans and I got a 36" in these. They fit just fine. I would agree that they are a little long for me. However, when you are on the the bike they fit great. You are not going to want to rock these jeans in public much due to the weight, look, and knee armor.

That being said, I still think they are a great jean with protection for the $$$

May 13, 2014
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karim a: I wear a waist 34 in regular jeans and the 34 hellcat fits me very well its a bit long but with motorcycle boots its okay
I would take the exact same size that i wear same as my regular levis jeans at least

Apr 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do AS do jeans like these that can be zipped into their jackets? Jan 12, 2015
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Adam J: This Model of Jean does not zip into the jacket. They do fit well for a slim person like myself. I'm a 33 waist , 34 long and they fit well(I got the 32, I do need a belt but i just like them tight) . They look good and fit over my riding boots. Jan 12, 2015
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